90 trees planted per minute and 216,000 hectares of native forests – more than the sum of the areas of the cities of São Paulo and Curitiba.
We maintain 48% of the forest area earmarked for the conservation and maintenance of biodiversity.
Recycling of 91% of all waste generated at the Monte Alegre and Puma (PR) plants by the waste facility, with a capacity to process 44,000 thousand tons per month.
We consume 27 m3 of water per ton of pulp produced, against the average of 30 m3 per ton usually consumed by a traditional mill.
Capacity to generate 270 MW of clean energy from the steam produced from the black liquor and biomass boilers, making Klabin self-sufficient in energy at the Puma unit, as well as offering up to 120 MW to the national power grid, contributing to a cleaner Brazilian energy matrix.
DIFFERENTIALS IN TREATMENT AND DISCHARGE OF WASTEWATER
Inclusion of a third stage in treatment at the Puma unit, guaranteeing emission levels that are easily absorbed by water bodies. In addition, the discharge pipe is located before the withdrawal pipe.
The share of renewable fuels in our energy matrix is 89%, which shows that sustainability is one of the main pillars of business management at Klabin.
We identified in our forests in Paraná about 898 species of animals and 2021 species of plants, with 3,200 km of ecological corridors. The intense efforts to preserve biodiversity, the use of environmentally correct forest management practices and proper landscape management ensure for Klabin an excellent use of the production potential of the forests and the protection of natural resources.
GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS (GHG)
Klabin has devoted tremendous efforts to reduce the use of fossil fuels and, consequently, reduce GHG emissions into the atmosphere. In the last 15 years, we reduced the emission of CO2eq/t of product by 58%. Our CO2 balance is positive, that is, we capture more CO2 from the atmosphere through our forests than is emitted by our industrial operations. We have a balance of 5.4 million tons of CO2eq.